Blue Water Angels
The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups
GreenLancer.com, a Web-based provider of engineering and services for solar energy projects, last week announced it had secured another $222,500 to complete its A round financing of $500,000.
Detroit-based GreenLancer, a Web-based solar energy engineering company, today announced that it has secured more than $275,000 in private funding from a syndicate of Michigan-based investors.
Local entrepreneurs will gather in the Alumni Lounge of the Sloan Family Building at Northwood University on Dec. 5 to watch 15 presenters compete for possible funding and small-business resources. Doors open at 4 p.m. for refreshments and networking, presentations begin at 6 p.m.
A $170,000 investment made in June by the Northern Michigan Angels, along with the BlueWater Angels, came at a perfect time for the three entrepreneurial partners in Altus Brands LLC of Traverse City.
Ken Kousky is president of Blue Water Angels, a network of private investors in Michigan’s Great Lakes Bay region. But he figures the passage of the recent federal JOBS act just might put angel networks out of business. And he thinks that’s great.